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What is human trafficking?

 Human trafficking appears in three types, namely sexual exploitation, labor exploitation, and organ harvesting. 
 In accordance with Article 2.1 of the Human Trafficking Prevention Act, "human trafficking" can be defined as follows:

  1.  To recruit, transact, take into bondage, transport, deliver, receive, harbor, hide, broker, or accommodate local or foreign person, by force, threat, intimidation, confinement, monitoring, drugs, hypnosis, fraud, purposeful concealment of important information, illegal debt bondage, withholding important document, making use of the subject's inability, ignorance or difficulty to seeking help, or by other means against the subject's will, for the intention or purpose of subjecting him / her to sexual transaction, labor exploitation or pay not commiserating with the labor, or the harvest of his / her organ. 
  2.  To recruit, transact, take into bondage, transport, deliver, receive, harbor, hide, broker, or accommodate anyone under 18 years of age for the purpose of subjecting him / her to sex transaction, forced labor, or pay not commiserating with the labor, or the harvest of his / her organ or to subject anyone under 18 years of age to sexual transaction, labor exploitation or pay not commiserating with the labor, or the harvest of his / her organ.
     Simply put, if a victim who is over 18 years old is subjected to exploitation, illegal means, and any other human disposal behavior, it is human trafficking; if a person who is under 18 years old is engaged in sexual transactions, forced labor and pay not commiserating with the labor, or the harvest of his/her organ, he/she is considered as a human trafficking victim.

 

Updated:2017-07-26 PM 01:13:17
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